Dr. Carl J. Lavie

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Dr. Carl J. Lavie

Medical Director and Cardiac Rehabilitation and Prevention Director at the Stress Testing Laboratory of the John Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute (USA).

He is Graduated in Medicine from Louisiana State University Medical School (USA), and completed internal medicine residency at Ochsner Clinical School (USA). After, he earned a fellowship in cardiovascular diseases at Mayo Clinic (USA). In 2019, he won the first John Ochsner Award and was named Ochsner Alumnus of the Year.

His research interests include cardiac rehabilitation and prevention, lipids, hypertension, obesity, and exercise, as well as noninvasive testing, encompassing echocardiography, exercise testing, and nuclear cardiology.

He is author of over 1000 medical publications including two cardiology textbooks, nearly 60 book chapters, and around 775 articles listed currently on Pub Med. Dr. Lavie serves as a frequent lecturer, reviewer for several medical journals, Associate Editor and Cardiovascular Section Editor of the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Editor in Chief of Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases, Associate Editor of Current Problems in Cardiology and Progress in Preventive Medicine, and serves on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, American Journal of Cardiology, Heart, Canadian Journal of Cardiology, Sports Medicine, Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Prevention, and 35 more Journals.

Dr. Lavie participated at the XII International Symposium of Strength Training with the workshop entitled "CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS AND SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH: EFFICACY, DOSING, SAFETY AND TOXICIT OF THE EXERCISE".

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